What is a Credit Union? A credit union is a nonprofit financial institution formed by a group of people sharing a “Common bond” of employment, location or other relationship for the purpose of more affordable financial services. We are owned by our members. Our members vote each year to elect Board of Directors that are non-compensated volunteers, giving their time and effort to ensure credit union members receive quality service. NETTFCU – Putting People First NETTFCU offers a wide range of affordable and convenient financial services and because we’re owned by our members, we have your best interest at heart. Success is best met when we work together, cooperatively and collaboratively, to ensure the overall strength, health and vitality of our credit union movement. The Board firmly believes the credit union has the power to affect positive change in the lives of our members and their families. School employees and their families in the counties of Lamar, Red River, Camp, Franklin, Delta, Hunt, Titus, Morris; as well as most of Lamar County including Earthgrain employees and families are eligible for membership. Our credit union family continues to grow. We will continue to work together to explore every avenue and every potential opportunity for continued growth of our credit union. We exist to serve our current members, and also future generations of Northeast Texas Teachers Federal Credit Union. Deposits are federally insured by NCUA (National Credit Union Administration) up to at least $250,000. Regarding questions of membership, please call 903-785-6682 or 800-634-2923.
Online Banking Now Available!
Our online banking service is now in full operation and ready to serve you. Call 903-785-6682 or 800-634-2923 to get started or with any questions or comments.
All of our branches will be closed for Federal Holidays on:
- Martin Luther King’s Birthday—January 20
- Washington’s Birthday—February 17
- Memorial Day—May 26
- Independence Day—July 4
- Labor Day—September 1
- Columbus Day—October 13
- Veterans Day—- November 11
- Thanksgiving Day —November 27
- Christmas Day—December 25
- New Years Day—Jan 1
Date: February 26th, 2009 @ 19:39